Integrating modern equipment into existing spaces

Modern medical equipment is advancing rapidly, providing patients with state-of-the-art care and procedures that enhance safety. As an outcome, hospitals are retrofitting existing space in order to integrate modern equipment and technology into their buildings.

CREJ

April 15, 2019

Health care facility trends to watch today

Here are some of the top health care facility trends that we are seeing today that you may want to consider to help your organization thrive in the years ahead. 

CREJ

April 15, 2019

It’s a Brave New World in Health Care Design Today

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Seeking to attract healthy patients as well as the sick, health care providers strive to deliver a continuum of care to a population that is growing in quantity and increasing in age. Patients, empowered with choice and well-versed in comparison shopping, seek value and convenience from their health care providers.

Building Dialogue

April 14, 2019

Refrigerant reporting rules shift onus to owners

Just when owners and operators thought they had figured out all they needed to know about refrigerants, the Environmental Protection Agency upped the ante. The new year has ushered in

CREJ

April 8, 2019

Opinion: Why I’m voting no on Initiative 300

Denver voters will be faced with an important question in May when they are asked to vote on Initiative 300. The ballot language reads: Shall the voters of the City and County of Denver

CREJ

April 8, 2019

Page moves into Republic Plaza

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On the heels of its 10th anniversary in downtown Denver, Page has moved its growing team to the top floor of the city’s tallest building, the iconic Republic Plaza. With window-lined walls, the new office of the international architecture and engineering firm is filled with light and embraces dramatic views of the mountains. 

Building Dialogue

April 7, 2019

Building analytics increase asset functionality

Property management can be a grind. It is challenging to get ahead of the needs of tenants. It’s hard to avoid that distressing feeling that your energy costs are too high each month. There’s also

CREJ

April 5, 2019

Smart Cities Require the Context of Their People

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Have you ever noticed that after you buy a new car, you start to notice that model of car everywhere you look? That phenomenon wears off about the same time that the car stops being a shiny new toy and simply becomes a dependable means of getting from point A to point B. I like to think about the city the same way, less shiny new toy and more dependable. But lately it is as if I bought a new city called “smart” because everywhere I look, I see this idea of a smart city. 

Building Dialogue

April 1, 2019

Key considerations when generating new space for tenants

Building owners and property managers have dozens of things to consider when generating space for new tenants. From an operational standpoint, things such as building rules for contractors, product

CREJ

April 1, 2019

How to bring roof decks to existing buildings

With more than 300 sunny days each year, Colorado has more days of sunshine than San Diego or Miami Beach. With that in mind, what better amenity can a building owner provide tenants than

CREJ

March 31, 2019